The production team behind the upcoming Witcher TV series has been hard at work filming over the course of 2019 and now, we have a rough idea of when we’ll be able to finally sit down and watch it. Initially, The Witcher was scheduled to hit Netflix in 2020 but due to excitement, the project was brought forward into 2019, it might just barely make the cut though, with a Q4 release date planned.
The Witcher series will take its inspiration from the original series of books, rather than the video games created by CD Projekt Red. We know a good chunk of the cast, with Henry Cavill taking on the lead role as Geralt of Rivia. We also know who will take on the roles of Ciri, Yennefer and many other characters.
Season one of the series will span across eight episodes, each running for about an hour. With a Q4 release window set, we can expect the show to begin streaming on Netflix anywhere between the 1st of October and the 31st of December.
KitGuru Says: Hopefully we get a more specific release date for this and a trailer as we get closer to Q4. Are many of you looking forward to The Witcher coming to Netflix?